21 Burst results for "John Gordon"

Sexy is Timeless With Luisa Diaz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:10 min | 2 months ago

Sexy is Timeless With Luisa Diaz

"Luisa the welcome to come see us fan Saddest On people well-meant went guantanamo's kenneth lisa. What's your heritage come from who kansas louisa. Well kidneys louisa is trying to figure it out. But i i tell you what i am and what i've been doing what doing so i am not enough from venezuela in i grew up in venezuelan with my grandparents with i adore magnum weather. I grew up in small town in venezuela though what the super super state and they have the opportunity to come to the united states. And then some i came here to study. I went to the university to four business when i came here. Didn't know how to speak english at all in a hear about that. You didn't either an idea exactly what you may show one of your blood. 'cause i wanted to learn so bad so i wanted to surround myself with people that only speak english because i wanted to ask so. It wasn't very hard challenged. Because when i went to college didn't know how to speak english at all i so i knew in. Ibm it goes. I guess he'll was in noise Yes so but i didn't give up. I finished my education which was So so so happy and telling you a little bit about me from venezuela combing In had done so many other. Great things that you're going to be asking reward about it but you want me to answer the specific questions seven steps news. Okay good question. i can't him. I got married my first mary. I and my sick of marriage. Now when i met my hus- every though so i will have because my husband used to work for the american embassy in meeting in my country when i was ecstatic in one of the university concert that that was administered. Minnesota was beautiful lone That you here panda venezuela unfortunately very very sad contouring. Now people that really hungry that is not venezuela i grow up the minnesota eyebrow was a beautiful country has beautiful memories of my country. Anees very sad to see the country. The people desperate this matter saying is not the same by that is not when you are hungry on the is doing nothing for you. You know people lose the dignity people whose fact people lose who they are is like you said different things is that the footing is likely john gordon. My concert right now on his breaks my heart by amid my husband there in move here in continue with my education so that was the freeze tonight. Came him so you met him there and then he was like it's time to move back home anthems banana. Who does yes. We got married in my country and then via allows magnon. No noise is so funny but cook when the when i met my husband ex husband you know. He wasn't typical american told Blue is very hansel. I guess he has the most beautiful blue eyes is like. I was saying lowest. Lou is by didn't know how to speak spanish in. I didn't know how to speak english so when we met. He says ola senior double nita us like okay. So we went out a few timelines for launch. He used to pick me out for launch in. We launched and we'll look each other and we couldn't speak with assist mile. It was so cute in. We need that like a couple. Moore's acrimony guests at the ultra takeover. Nicotiana kimmy get it. I see it knows or he does he hope one day i said to hindu nowak. Don't call me don't call me anymore. I need to speak to you. I need to talk to you. Glad continual and so he was very sad in three months. He called me back. He was speaking spanish separately. Sap cohe layer is finding by himself. She in the newspaper bowl. So classes i Three mosey call me and louisa. Komo is task unit seat on more. Saudi yo who is there who is this. So yeah and how our love story star mary. Yeah

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"john gordon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"john gordon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is Monday. Today, the second day of November. Good as always have you along, everybody. You know, you could make a case that the course of this recovery such as it is, Khun best be traced through the restaurant business. The big chains to be more clear about that. Friendlies filed Chapter 11 over the weekend, joining Pizza Hut and Chuck E. Cheese and the Benko did yen in bankruptcy court. Some change, though, are booming to police says it plans to hire another 10,000 people. So marketplaces Sabrin Benesch or gets us going with who is winning and who is not as we stress eat our way through this pandemic. Right down the street from John Gordon's house, there was a Burger king that recently shut down. Working is one of the global brands that's gotten over stored in the United States and even in the rest of the world. Gordon is an analyst with Pacific Management Consulting Group, He says a lot of chains knew even before the pandemic. They had too many locations. Now they're downsizing. But a lot of chains are also adapting at that same corner where the Burger King was. There was a Starbucks. They closed and they just moved into the Burger King. Now they have a brand new store with a drive through, which is going to double their sales easily in a pandemic, the less contact with customers of the better and the chains that can pull that off are doing all right. Pizza chains that deliver have mostly done well. Chipotle is expected to grow its drive through stores from 100 to 1000 in the next five years, according to Andrew Charles, restaurant analyst with Cohen. Company Safety is now paramount and obviously conveniences Number two, But there are some chains that are based on contact with customers or dining in Denny's IHOP. I'm not doing so great. Darren Tristano is CEO of Food service results. The full service restaurants will decline at a much faster rate and the chain say, Tristano says they're going to keep losing market share tomb or grab and go type places, and that trend will likely continue for years to come. Basically, if there's a restaurant chain whose food you love to eat, but I don't really care where you eat it. It's probably doing well, the places where you actually liked to hang out. Those are the ones that are probably in some trouble in New York. I'm sorry. Been ashore for marketplace. Turns out Americans have some unease with one of the main tools for fighting this virus contact. Tracing is what we're talking about here. New data from the Pew Research Center shows a significant minority of people would be wary of engaging with public health officials of the phone by text or in person, and many would find it somewhat too very difficult to quarantine if asked. Marketplace of Jasmine guards explains what's going on there. A few nights ago, I took a walk on the wild side and ate at a restaurant in doors for the first time since the pandemic started. Besides the temperature check, I had to write my name, phone number and address on a list so contact tracers can reach me if there's a covert outbreak. And for a very brief moment, I thought I hope this doesn't somehow lead to marketing emails and calls you are quite mainstream Americans are really concerned and confused on and feeling out of control about their their privacy. That's Lee Rainie from the Pew Research Center. In a new survey, his team explored how Americans feel about contact tracing and being asked to quarantine Democrats said they were more likely to cooperate with contact tracers and Republicans. Those who identify as Hispanic less likely than others, and younger Americans are less likely to engage with contact tracers. And while most Americans would quarantine if asked, 32% would have some difficulty doing so, so essential workers were probably more likely to fall in that category. Black Americans and Hispanic Americans were somewhat more likely than white Americans of cases surge in the U. S. Experts are increasingly worried about this. Marissa Baker from the University of Washington says public health isn't separate from economic recovery. You need to have workers who are safe workers who are empowered to stay home when they're sick and take care of themselves and their family and work places that are encouraging that But Jacob or a professor of global health and epidemiology at Boston University, says when it comes to contact tracing and quarantining, it's a little late for that those air effective you know what Once once the nano virus going around in the community and the number of new cases this relatively small, he says, Prevention needs to be a bigger part of this equation. Jasmine Garza for MARKETPLACE Wall Street today. Traders weren't wary and nothing will have details when we do the numbers. There are as we mentioned last week on this programme 22,654,453 people.

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"john gordon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"john gordon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Go through a whole bunch of orchards to get to act and this woman lower and I so I knew it was in a hurry and I ride my bike out in that area my school and I saw the the the smoke coming out the winds were coming at such a northwesterly direction that literally John Gordon are how but last night when my husband was driving into town eight we could see the glow of the flames and the tankers were over our house all day and my my coworker actually lives out on Quayle branch quite loudly alert starting she said the ignition point was directly across the street from her house but because the winds were blowing in that interaction it was blown away and I hope that for her sake you know I hope that's the case but I hope it definitely calmer today as far as wind goes I'm hoping they're able to sort of put it out it's not in the deep deep canyons like it normally does when it hit out in the in on the bay area area it's smoother terrain and the winds this morning are I would hope calmer than yesterday yeah I'm looking out the window right now and it's it's pretty darn spell I would say like at and maybe a five mile per hour at the most hopefully they will get that under control today some time we have questions I got a lot of email questions you wanna help tackling sure yeah okay good good although by the way you said you're on your bike again congratulations you're back on your bike I know when I think of you because I'm like well maybe one day I'll be able to go on another hundred mile bike ride and but right now that's not the case okay here here's what we need to do you've heard about ever staying you know what yeah yeah I've had a few your friends do that yeah yeah ever seeing is you get on your bike and you do twenty nine thousand feet of climbing yeah as quickly as you can yeah you live in an area that's popular for ever a sting because there are steep climbs going from the back of ellaria straight up hill into the coastal hills and yeah this is like gates canyon and box canyon area yeah no I don't I'm not there yet I'm not.

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Four Minneapolis policemen fired after death of unarmed black man

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Four Minneapolis policemen fired after death of unarmed black man

"Police fired tear gas in the US city of Minneapolis as demonstrators protested over the death on Monday often unarmed black man in police custody video taken by a witness shows an officer holding George Floyd's down with a knee on his neck four police officers involved have been fired the executive director of the American civil liberties union of Minnesota John Gordon is one of the video of the incident as appalling and sickening you can see him begging for his life you can see him saying I can't breathe I can't breathe more than nine times over a baking don't kill me and you can see on the video that he loses consciousness you can literally see the lights go out of them mayor Jacob Frey said it was clear that the death was unjustified

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"john gordon" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Too, many emails, John, Gordon, America's okay? Best of all Facebook live because we might into that. And again, the phone number eight five five four two four ninety to five but chat with brandings a good guy. He'll put you on the air. We got rid of not got rid of. But we took care business. You know before just one final word hasn't gotten a couple emails about the trip. We were talking about. That's good. Yeah. It always wanted to do was let you know that we we have this being planned, but it'll be three weeks before we have the information. Okay. And the somebody was asking about the trip to the rose gardens anger housing in that won't be part of the main trip. But if we have enough interest, we will put together a post to a little side post to her. Yeah. Like, maybe three days will zip up to hang sang or housing before we come home eight hour bus trip. Zip. That's what's going on. I think we would do the we would go from Prague does anger house in then in. I think I might be like three or four hours. That's not so bad. It's not bad at all. Okay. We do have all the business out of the way. So that means our guest is standing by ready to go tiger. Yes. This morning. It is springtime. People are pulling out the lawn care tools outdoors, getting them greased up ready to go the grass is growing the the weeds need to be pulled. And so we thought it'd be a great time to bring on Alan hang the lawn care nut when. Once analogy is called him a nut tiger calls himself the nut. Okay. So I think it's okay. But you know, a expert in the lawn care field. Alan good morning. Good morning. Great to be with you guys. Yeah. Thank you for joining us. How's everything going this morning? It's great checking in from sunny, Florida. It's cloud proof right now. Nice and blue probably gonna hit eighty today. So we're doing well down here now. Perfect. So you're in the you're just like us. We're here in San Diego. So you got spring full in effect for you, right? Yeah. I got Saint Augustine grass here, and it's been a running real strong for the last several weeks. So things are looking Allen quick quick question. Does the humidity kick in this time or is a little too soon for your Florida humidity little too soon right now we we are not in the rainy season. Quite yet. We'll hit rainy season end of may early June. That's when the humidity really gets altering. But this time of year. Now's perfect. Awesome. Sounds good. He's Alan teller listeners a little bit about who you are. Because you're a well known lawn care expert across the nation, but you are new to our program. So tell us a little bit about your background in. Why you got into lawns? For sure. Yeah. I'm first of all I'm not I wouldn't call myself an expert on the guy that learned from experiences and just loves to talk. But I started at triggering Kim lawn back in nineteen Ninety-seven as a job after I got out of the air force and spent fifteen years there that was on the south side of Chicago, cool season grass and held a lot of different jobs there service manager marketing manager and general manager, and it's kind of move my way up through the true green ranks and really enjoyed that. But over time, I started to realize that you know, we had some challenges with communicating with customers, and the internet was becoming a big thing. And especially as mobile started taking off in two thousand seven and eight and I realized there was a little bit of a hole there, and I wanted to fill it in can't really do that sometimes in large corporations. So I started a little blog, and that blog turned into something pretty big, and then I took it onto YouTube, and, you know, just in the last couple of years, it's really become something on YouTube. There wasn't a lot a lot of people carrying about lawn care on YouTube until about two years ago. So the real growth of the channel has happened. Just in the last couple of years, I don't work for Trevino anymore. Obviously a lot of other things. But now, I do this fulltime. So that's how it works at moan DIY. I kind of consider it, you know, like, an HDTV kind of DIY show just on YouTube, and it's about long awesome in, you know, you could be an expert because I mean, you know, a lot of experts that have studied things for lots of years. Sometimes don't know even the people a what people that have been doing it for years and years and years, and so, you know, I I always see this win them, especially like, a call Gulf course manager, you know, they go to school for this. They spend years at universities studying, you know, lawn care systems era Gatien's isn't some of that. But then when you actually working on that golf course in learning those little ins and outs. You know? That's the real expert part of it understanding what's going on. Why you might have a problem or what's causing the problem? So. Yeah. Alan, I think it said he'd be called an expert. No problem at all. They're especially if we get questions this morning from our Facebook viewers or listeners, you're going to have to answer them, no pressure. I think we have one avail followers on Facebook. Because he says good morning me the tall fescue be with you. Vernacular language, we've developed in our community. And that's the whole thing. You know, my my communities ninety nine percent DIY ours. And that is part of what I try to do is. I really do. I want them to understand the math behind what we do in the science. And the why we're doing what we're doing is that hey, just throw this down. It's only tell you why we're doing it. And let me tell you the mass behind it, and what you should expect. And what results you'll know? So we do try to get pretty technical in that. But I try to do it in a way that is approachable for the Iwa. And that's that's kind of a niche of carp down. It's been really fun to do that. That's awesome. So it is the end of April right now. Alan for a lot of people. They might be still under snow, but they're getting ready for spring for those of us that are lucky to be in the southern part of the country. We are in full effect with spring. What what's something right now that people need to consider whether they're still getting ready for spring or whether this ring is starting about lawns. No matter where you're at. I love it. So actually, I consider actually may fifth which is or this year may fourth which is the Kentucky Derby day. I would consider that to be the peak of lawn care across a good portion of the country cool season warm season grasses should all be kicked in pretty hard core right around that time. So we're getting close to that. But we still have an opportunity for pre emergent herbicides to stop crabgrass. That's really the big one especially up through the midwest. And in the North Slope temperatures approaching fifty five is when I like to start throwing down some pre emergent, and then in the south, you know, we can do a second application or. Split application of preeminent, herbicides when temperatures hit seventy. So that's the thing. I would still start making sure you're focusing on as your emergency can stop crabgrass and other other challenges during the year, and then the other thing I tell people is to get out in mo- that really the best way to can to make your lawn. Look better grow more healthy. If you have Risa miss or stolen, his grasses to make them spread out and get stickers to mow, and I told people the mo- twice a week. So get happy right now every Wednesday and then MO every Saturday or Sunday. So those are the two things I would do right out. The gate is getting those two habits. Yeah. And you know, the frequent mowing keeps the weeds controlled because they don't go to flower or anything like that. And you know, I didn't realize so if mowing two times a week. Yeah. You know, I had challenged people to do that. Because I believe the cultural practices the number one way to have a healthy, healthy lawn. When I did work for green one of the biggest reasons why our applications would fail was not due to the application of the weather or the technician, it was due to improper mowing or improper cultural practices mowing is really we're talking about. They're going to get better results. And I was going to say to interrupt you. But it's such a simple thing and people just mow the grass because the grass gets gets tall. They want to keep it a certain level. But what you're saying is by Morgan twice a week. You're prepping yourself for the upcoming season. Correct. Exactly, right. And you're you're encouraging more lateral growth in those types of grasses, and you're also encouraging more root growth, you know. And as well, as I you know, I like to think there's another piece of that. There's the exercise you get a good excuse to get out and get exercise clear your head on a Wednesday night get out in the sun setting in your face, those are beautiful things. And I think that makes a connection with your land. And I know that gets a little bit, you know, stranger, whatever. But I really believe there's something to that that the more you connect with your land more you will want to care for it..

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Hanoi Summit May Advance North Korea's Objectives, Experts Say

John Batchelor

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Hanoi Summit May Advance North Korea's Objectives, Experts Say

"Gordon Chang with Korea, Gordon to what North Korea to what am I think that essentially it is going to be a photo op the North Koreans are gonna make some superficial concessions. We will actually give them more than we get. And I would prefer the second summit not occur. John Gordon has a new book losing South Korea, which is involved very much in the the days ahead of us with North Korea. Someone to help us about these conversations is Suzanne Scholte, president of the defense forum foundation chair of the North Korea freedom coalition, especially on North Korean rights. Violations. Says good evening to you, expect human rights to be part of the conversation of the new summit. What understand is it's not on the agenda. And I absolutely believe that the human rights issues cannot be separated from the nuclear issue. And there's a number reason why I say that first of all. The any dictatorship that is threat to the to the outside world is without exception a threat to their own people. So the human rights issues are totally linked with the nuclear threat. But a second thing that's really critical for Americans to understand. And that is that the justification that Kim Jong Kim Il song Kim Jong Il, the whole Kim dictatorship family the justification. They've always used for creating the needing a nuclear program is because of the threat from the United States in North Koreans are fed a steady diet of propaganda from childhood that America's enemy America wants to destroy them that we're Yankee imperials wolves occupy South Korea. So when we do not bring up our grave concern about the suffering. The North Koreans face we feed into their propaganda and their thing to point out to John. Yup. The highest ranking defector who actually defected in nineteen Ninety-seven because he thought that the. Regime was going to collapse. He said the achilles heel for the Kim dictatorship is human rights. It's the most important issue. So I am a big believer that that I could argue that it's it is at least as important as a nuclear shoop, if not more important and Susan, you know, you go across the border in China where does China put his most ablest diplomats into its human rights dialogue largely because they know how important it is to China. And so they try to smother the UN at the Human Rights Council. They do all the rest of it. Well, all these regimes do the same thing. And you look at North Korea. You know, President Trump not in this state of the union message. But the one before it had that defector the escapee ki sung ho who is run over by a train. He raised his crutches that was emotional high point of that state of the union, and unfortunately, we don't see the Trump administration pushing that right now because as you say these issues cannot be divided. And so this is important for us to get this. Right. Yes. But I will say this. I I'm hoping I I was sick watching the the Singapore summit because you saw the leader of the free world holding hands with the leader of the the least free nation on earth, the represented one of the most suffering places on earth holding hands the flags together it really made me sick. But I started to think that there may be a strategy here that that Trump is trying to to to draw him in. He is the whether you love trumps hate Trump. He is absolutely had been credibly successful businessman, and I started to think, well, maybe he's like the used car salesman. Who says to me, I don't look a day over thirty people when they're trying to sell me a car that he's drawing him in. And that's my hope that the that. This is the art of the deal meets the art of deception. But I certainly would have wanted to see more things happened before I would have committed to a summit. You know, it's Gordon as you just pointed out is this going to be a photo op we ever gonna see anything out of it. For example, we have if if the North Koreans you're asking for end of the war declaration, if they wanna have an end of the war declaration. Why don't they let the several hundred South Korean POW's, go home? Why out the account for the eighty thousand South Korean civilians that were dragged and taken against their will into North Korea? There are certain things that need to be addressed before. We Suzanne you mentioned something that most Americans don't know. And that is North Korea has an indeterminate number of South Korean soldiers from the Korean war, which they've never released the number was estimated at five hundred about a decade ago. Obviously there are fewer now, but North Korea is still holding people from the Korean war. Exactly. And there's at least a couple of hundred that are still alive. This is something that was denied by that regime. How do we know that that this this? Did they really exist because seven over seventy nine of escape since since two thousand and eight so it's again, people escaping out of that country the refugees the POW's that we're able to get out that tell us the reality and the truth about what's going on inside North Korea. And that's why we should be talking about these issues and the human rights issues been putting them at the

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"john gordon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Go ahead and tweet us at UK sports network post on the Kentucky basketball Facebook page or give us a call. We'll get some of your questions. You're just a second got one more for Calvin fan. So you're an avid reader, and you at times, we'll give you guys books to inspire them or provoked them to think, and you gave them we've given them something to think about. Yeah. I look how many of us do how many of you in this room have done a New Year's resolution. How many of you already screwed it up? There you go. So what's today today as the seventh so six days later, you already screwed it up? So there's a book out it's called life's light life words and in. John Gordon was one of the writers of it. But what it says in talks about is versus giving up something. How 'bout? Picking a word. That you wanna live by for the year. And I talked to the players about it. I said, you know, it's about what your talent is what your strengths are. What your weaknesses are things that you want to improve on things that you want to highlight more things that you want to do. And I had I gave the players some ideas. And then I went through and had each of them pick a word. That they would live by for the next year. And I know each player's word even in practice, I yelled out. You know, one kids word was fight. Then I'm like come on man fight. You know, one kid was determination. Let's go beat determined. Let's go. And so, you know, my word was built, and I told him what my word was billed being help build young.

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Disney working on Star Wars prequel

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Disney working on Star Wars prequel

"You Disney. Ceo Bob, Eiger said on the company's earnings call today that they are working on a prequel to the best Star Wars prequel of all. And don't at me. Here y'all rogue one it's going to start the eagle Luna, which is great. But here is the devilish part. Disney's going to put it on its soon to launch streaming service. So yeah, another five ten bucks. Whatever a month out the door. I we gotta go down does drills up ten points today. That's less than ten percent. Nasdaq down thirty nine point about a half percent P five hundred seven points. Lower quarter percent, John Buckley eve Epstein, Stephen, Gregory, John, Gordon, Betsy Streisand are the marketplace editing staff, the managing editor is deputy. I'm KAI Ryssdal. We

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"john gordon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Let us just say up on Wall Street today. Can we say that down dust rose up to sixty four one percent? Nasdaq up on twenty eight one and seven tenths percent S and P five hundred twenty eight points to the good that is one percent misguided though. The very happy, music wise, Jeff, Buckley, eve Epstein, Stephen, Gregory, John, Gordon, and Betsy Streisand are the marketplace editing staff, the managing editor is dear to deputy. I'm KAI Ryssdal. We will see tomorrow. This is APN. Tara Siler will be here with K Q E news after we get you. Some more local traffic information, here's Brian peacock to the Golden Gate Bridge, which has switched to four lanes north to lane south that's causing a bottleneck from sausalito to the north end span as you travel into San Francisco Bay bridge still stacked up leaving the city from Cesar Chavez on north one around to the lower deck. Westbound from the island into the city in foster city a car in box truck tangled up there on the right lane there on east ninety t- before foster city boulevard. Brian peacock four Brian will be back with another update in about twenty minutes. That report was brought to you by PGN e. Expect a slight cooled down in coastal areas. Tomorrow the inland. Areas will remain warmer than normal normal through the weekend and into next week the forecast high for San Francisco tomorrow is seventy Oakland should hit with Friday, high seventy five in San Jose, expect a.

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"john gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John Gordon Johnson to continue with us on tesla with some important calls. But for global Wall Street, John it's that word shenanigans in England. It's the same thing there's been accounting shenanigans over the years course, golden Johnson joins us now from vertical group managing director. And analyst after tesla reports a really good quarter the third positive for the company the question, I guess, Gordon and you used the word shenanigans. So let's talk about that again. Whether that would imply that something untoward is gonna whether they are just sort of officially making things look better. By squeezing suppliers bringing orders for with those kind of things which one is it. Well, I think it may be that. They're the ladder in in a couple of things I want to talk about with respect to the Q one thing we definitely want to see as their warranty reserves. You wanna to see what that number looks like because we've definitely gotten comments from the test or motor club that there's issues with respect to quality. There's issues with respect to parts fallen off the car. So if that number drops that number takes away from gross revenue drops one hundred percent, downside gross profit line. So if warranty reserves are dropping at a time when complaints are increasing that is a concern, we know that all of our audiences worldwide. Gordon Johnson having accounting AKU acuity there in finance or business. They have an interest in. This does warranty reserves move the needle for Mr. musk Zeke going to say, that's inconsequential. Or is it a reason to be cautious on the stock? It's it's one of the key things. I think it does move the needle one other thing we definitely want to look at as well is we've gotten indicate. Nations that they sold large amounts of cars being returned to enterprise. I the rental car company, and you can see that with respect to the almost the more than doubling in their accounts receivable CFA level five today with Gordon is that what we're doing this goes back to revenue recognition right which in England, John it's been a big deal over the years in Germany, particularly mean, are you this is important, Gordon, you're saying one of the things we need to know is revenue. Recognition is an issue. It Mr. musk company one hundred percent in the industry when accounts receivable show, a significant increase that is indicative of cells to the commercial space. I e companies and those cells are done at huge discounts. But if tesla does not recognize the cost associated with those cells in this quarter that is a huge boost to gross margins and one other thing highlight, we look at this and see if it's covered in the queue, we've heard of multiple instances of people getting a VIN number paying for their tesla car going to pick the car up and then the. Then being reassigned to someone else that potentially enables tesla to double book car sales in the quarter, effectively selling one car to to people that boosts their cash flow. So these are all items that we think need to be looked into specifically. And we think the Tinky will provide some insights we haven't seen that yet. So golden essentially saying this quarter copied repeated we think this quarter cannot be repeated one thing we highlighted on. The prior appearance was if you look at Norway, the reason why we highlight Norway is in no way. If you buy engine card internal combustion engine car, you pay double the price. There's an excess tax that means you have to pay the price of forty five percents of cars in Norway R E right now the first month, I e October the Jaguar is available. They've outsold. Tesla by six cars are coming to America. Rose cars are coming to America in the fourth quarter. I'm sorry. You're wearing dodger blue today. Looks like the last thing we need to know. Gordon johnson. And what are the dodgers do about their pitching? I mean, forget about all the distractions. They got to get somebody to put the ball over the plate. Where is the next Colfax? I don't know. I'm I'm a dodger fade it was. It was tough last night. I can't root for the Red Sox because I believe the New York Yankees blue. So I don't know the answer to the question, but they have my backing one hundred percent. What do you want me to send back to that? You're supposed to say, they don't exist. If they don't have a Colfax, where's their Drysdale? Do you think I have a clue what you're talking about?.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Permission fish licensee major league baseball players association welcome back to the program you guys let me know when john's ready and we'll we'll get to it early not ready let's continue with phone calls then at eight five five to four to seven to eight five and peyton is up next guard ed or eagle how're you doing we're doing great thank you i got three things i wanna talk about one did you did you get a chance to see that is ner and anderson we'll yeah we had it on here i saw the end of it i mean i so i take it back i mean i saw i saw the beginning the middle and the end over about a six hour period yeah the town framing on that so i was thinking in about twenty years when i'm on the college football committee i'm going to propose that we change the quotas for thirty minutes we're gonna we're gonna cap the roster at a at a hundred fifty players everyone play on you hear me this do you know i don't know it's a good idea but i i wonder in tennis they need to come up with a better way to i mean like i i saw proposal the other day in baseball the in the in these all star games to to end these long innings by the way i think they did it in triple anyway we'll move on let's get to our next guest thanks for the call peyton and we are really looking forward to talking to john gordon he's a bestselling author he's an inspirational speaker and certainly he has written a number of books including his latest power of a positive team delighted to welcome john gordon to the program john thank you very much heard.

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"john gordon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Your performance john gordon is a bestselling author his new book is just coming out it's called the power of a positive team we have one more segment with john stay with us we're going to talk about the topic we are better together a fascinating word the john's go to explain to us this is the pat williams weekend our we gather like this every weekend on news ninety six five here in orlando and always get to chat with some fascinating people more with john gordon folks right after these messages now now the three big things you need to know three three president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort was sent to jail on friday to await his trial this coming after us district judge amy berman jackson revoked the chairman's bail which had allowed him to live under house arrest in his apartment in virginia the decision follows witness tampering charges placed on manafort after the derailing of the sand blaster rollercoaster thursday night on the daytona beach boardwalk which caused to people to fall and many others to be taken to the hospital the florida department of agriculture has released a statement saying the ride had been inspected just hours before the incident nearly a new international airport friday night a woman was fatally shot at echo lodge motel investigators say they discovered a woman's body in a room that was registered to.

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"john gordon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I'm john batchelor gordon chang the daily beast my colleague and cohost and we're joined by james holmes and the naval war college to comment surface warfare officer retired to comment on the news that the united states has disinvited china the p l a navy to the annual rimpac exercises gm very good evening to you what is rimmed pack and what is the significance of disinvited the rising power of asia good evening john gordon glad to speak to you and to all our listeners in new york yeah i read this is because there's been a was a kind of price rose to even look for to those who were on the inside that this this happened i mean the status quo has become over the last couple of years that china will take part in rimpac repack repack as you as you asked is basically a multinational exercise that's the sort of things i mean it serves a political purpose insofar as it shows that we are so we we have solid early on certain tasks whether it's peace time constabulary duty or wartime tasks whatever the case may be so that's the so that's basically a statement and also down on the operational level it actually lets us do things that lance is really really need to do do well to fight together which is basically just the practice to get together and do what navies and coast guards do both in peacetime and wartime so china china quite clearly placed a lot of importance on being invited into this exercise and at the same time they i think they will probably be put out at being disinvited as we as the term is going today the withdrawal of the invitation is extremely significant in and of itself but we gotta put this in some context so on monday we had president trump's tweet talking about and complaining in effect about china's busting of un sanctions on north korea then yesterday we had president trump in his meeting with president moon of south korea actually express his irritation at the chinese because he said that kim jong un the north korean ruler changed his attitude after his second meeting with siege in ping and then to really rub it in president trump said that he did not like the.

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"john gordon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Actual capability distance and they would fire it somewhere across you know some empty area of the pacific ocean and they would do that with a nuclear warhead and that would prove to things in the world one we have the capability to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile so stop saying we don't and to it shows the capability for re entry of that third stage or secondstage depending on what kind of missile day launch of the missile so if you wanna talk about you know something that needs to be demonstrated to prove to the world and perhaps even to you know make get a definite for the north korean scientists engineers space program etc that's the final step that they would have to take and a lot of people would even say they would need to do that several times approved that the missile operates consistently well bruce because of these promises are just flung out there is there precedent for this they flung out promises of shutting down nuclear test sites and no more missile tests before did his father do this yes he did again back in two thousand seven the grievance that they made with the united states in the chris hill team which also included such people as victor cha and al wong the promise they made back then was complete dismantlement so they were going through the steps to completely dismantle their nuclear program or at least that's what they were saying when they ran into problems in two thousand eight when it came to verification so they drug us along for almost two years before we and we made watch concessions including taking them off the list of terrorist supporting states and when we finally got to the end where they had to abandon all those facilities tear them down get rid of the weapons verification that's when they walked away from the talks and so that's why i think we need to be so careful this time to make sure they do that first and then we start making so this is their playbook so far no deviation from the deception of before exactly john gordon bruce i assume that while the suspension on testing is in effect we have north korean technicians engineers scientists beavering away making all the improvements on the.

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"john gordon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Ran into problems in two thousand eight when it came to verification so they drug us along for almost two years before we and we made watch concessions including taking them on the list of terrorist supporting states and when we finally got to the end where they had to abandon all those facilities tear them down get rid of the weapons verification that's when they walked away from the talks and so that's why i think we need to be so careful this time to make sure they do that first and then we start making so this is their playbook so far no deviation from the deception of before exactly john gordon i i assume that while the suspension on testing is in effect we have north korean technicians engineers scientists beavering away making all the improvements on the next generation of nukes and missiles what do you think about what they're doing at this particular time during the period of suspension well i think one thing the north koreans are doing is they're taking that thermonuclear weapon as you know that that test was was about ten times bigger no more than that it was about ten to fifteen times bigger at least than any other test eight ever conducted there now taking that and suring that it works on a warhead suzy regionalization they had was for highlyenriched uranium warheads there now designing the warhead actually put down missile and make the missile more effective i think they're also redesigning and still working on their three stage technology because the two mobile missiles we've seen them launch where two stage missiles so that's the next step they're probably working on that and again those those facilities where they work on their nuclear weapons were they were they work on their ballistic missiles those facilities are nowhere near places like young yonder or those are completely different facilities and there's no indication at all that they've shut those down you know down paul you know that he speaks straight talk when dealing with adversaries such as north korea what are you listening for in these coming weeks if there is to be a summit between the president and the dictator of a failed state what will tell you that the us is pressing hard for what it needs was shut down north korea's threat well i well two things i'd be looking for john and then i.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"They then take the actions necessary to create it and so it is that belief that allows us to continue to move forward and then finally it's about the love that you have like most people don't quick it's hard they really quick 'cause they don't love it enough where they allow fear to sabotage them if you love it you won't fear it love casts out fear and so i had this very successful person that was really struggling because they were so full of fear i should remind me when you first started how you felt i was loving i was living my dream i said tell me about now i'm worried about losing when a half i don't wanna let others down they were now full of fear i remind them just to get back to the love they had and if you love it and you focus on that love fear dissipates and fear has no power over you so love is the ultimate driver of grit so if that vision that optimism that love and that purpose that drives you to do what you're born to do we don't get burned up because of what we do we get burned out because we forget why we do remember that remember that why that love that vision that optimism it will take you where you wanna go now folks that's a m then is a mini sermon at and you can just keep listening to that those of you that consume the show via podcast you just rewind that last three or four minutes listen to it again maybe cut it out of the podcast and stick it on you know a little short play there and it's really really good stuff and now you know why i'm friends with people like john gordon i tell you people all the time that you really need to be focused on who you hang out with you need to have people who lift you john you're lift or not a sucker you know how to say it the people that just sucked the life out of you you call them an vinnie energy vampires and they just do and man you encouraged me today i know our audience is encouraged for let you go.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"They showed up that's a true story though they did i got called jeff i three times but it was really an inefficient way of doing things but it was like that hustle almost like i had to do it myself out there that's why to this day like you know i don't think much of myself i remember those those moments right those that lonely time on the road where my family was at home to small children my wife supporting me and i'm going from city to city just sure the message in the book and having three people there but i took time for those three people i remember my mission was to say i'm gonna inspire empower as many people as possible one person at time that's three people were there i i'm gonna make a difference in these three people right now right here can i could trace back like a lot of the events that i started the book after that to the people that i met on that tour school a small business i spoke there jack del rio got the book from trainer who gave it to him and mike smith i started work with the jaguars all from that tour folks this is so good he is john gordon bestselling author one of my dear friends and the absolute model for somebody who realizes what they're sweet spot is but then has the courage and the faith to step in it and then more courage and more faith to stay there i mean your story john is one of staying in your sweet spot not quitting not because you know that you are doing what it is you were created to do and you don't know how it's going to end up but you know that and you stayed and couldn't happen to a better guy before i let you go i want you to pull up a chair to a table a giant table with mine tire audience and i want you to address from your heart and your experience i want you to address the limiting beliefs that are hitting them no matter where they're add on the journey maybe they're getting ready to start.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"John gordon joyce here on the kid koala show multi bestselling author leadership expert and positively expert this is so good john this is exactly why wanna join the show i want people to grasp there it's not a microwave deal man it is a crock pot situation and your story here you got another major roadblock so the energy and here's what i want i don't want to go any further i want you to summarize the energy bus because i'll tell folks later about the five books and all of your books quite frankly and and and drive them to their but i i want you to summarize the energy bus yet it's about a guy who was miserable negative his team at work is in disarray he has problems at home and we money morning to flat tire so we just fed up with life and he was really to write about because he's based on me and my own personal struggles with negativity and adversity and so he has to take the bus to work because of this tire by phone drive and that was also based on personal experience and now he takes the bus to work and he meets joy the bus driver and she cast of characters on this bus teaching the ten rules for the ride of his life and it's about staying positive it's about overcoming negativity and energy vampires it's about a shared vision and a greater purpose it's about driving with joy and enthusiasm and passion so it's really about how to build a positive team so it's like for the individual it's for the team but i had no idea that it was going to resonate the way it did even my wife is thought it was okay my brother thought it was okay like you know at first i didn't think it was anything special no idea the book would resonate but it's something that when it first came out i mean resonated a little bit coaches starts real read it school star reading it before even businesses and then businesses started take a hold of it and so it's just sort of this gradual mental but now it's actually more popular now than it was three years ago five years ago or ten.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Because i think they're only eight and if you start going double will cain we've got a problem that's going to produce programming for this network when the radio journalist view thankfully we put pen to paper we put these together all of us did these rowdy reading we have we have ten organizations that have bigger than the raiders will only has five we have ten a we have ten deaths weird double the size doubled the tedious but you have to approve them okay you the commissioner all right hey i really got ig so may i here's i know that hey will tank look man i know you've got to show that your thiesen but we're going to take all your content don't but market in market then take it so i said hey give me call nancy your jumped jumped so stupid got called right there's still got yup here at the way it i just want to make your or guerra dropping all of this everything that happened today is about doubly that john gordon didn't actually correct it sports broadcasting perfection i am here man we'll you could name five organisations of the state of california that a bigger than a raider now you could go you have my floor go la lakers la dodgers uh god uh la dodgers san diego chargers millions who is presented by progressive insurance insurance today i man so i'm on i'm on like day in i'm getting kind tips from you guys so here's i'm gonna i'm gonna try to get some advice on how to do this here's what i was thinking still guts i was thinking you know like after the super bowl public that monday maybe maybe the day after a cigarette exploring you know like a lease tune in our on sexual harassment on broadway what do you think they're gonna work.

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"john gordon" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on WGTK

"A win for us all i may never hit a whole and wanted to end the championship now i may never cake that winning goal but the outdoors need a champion the may have one and nature's finest planes they have one in jail here in many people declared themselves whether experts to produce a cool day in june suddenly the world is ending crazy whether were having the more you know about anything the more since it certainly makes in my guest today is forgotten more whether than most of us will ever know is john gordon the meteorologist in charge of noise national weather service forecast office and walk so whatever you think you know about whether put that on hold for the next hour we'll talk to a fellow is basically done at all and there's not much out there this surprises him putt really unusual i did something very few people on earth do i quit hurricane for fifteen years hurricane owners admit the pippi find a few uh modern fixing them acquitting katrina that was fun but i'm glad of the underground go ahead and tell me that story about a hurricane hunting a house at work well there's a crew eight air force reserve throughout aboard in the hippie keeper air force gray they y mission for the national hurricane center in miami motive our mission in tropical storm americaine third eleven hours at it he wanted thirty two four engine turboprop or not very fact how i could see 130 here at the air national guard here low level and they have a bunch fancy weather equipment.

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"john gordon" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"john gordon" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"Helping business leaders grow themselves thirteen and their prophets bis his andrei leadership now here's your host can goldman from the music city this is the broadcast of leaders by leaders four leaders thank you so much for joining the conversation are feature conversation is with multi bestselling author and frequent guest of this broadcast he is john gordon his new book is out i love this is called the power of positive leadership tell you a little bit more about it shortly and then bringing in one of our team members for this episode tim smith this is a fun conversation very prachakorn talk about what we do it ramsey solutions as relates to intention aladi on culture building ann coulture retaining so that's a lot of fun and of course we're gonna have some free resources for you to help you grow yourself your team and you're profits so john gordon is back he's been on with a several times in that as i mentioned this new book really excited me and you're gonna hear this in the conversation john has been obviously a leadership and personal grow speaker and author and over time as his books became bestsellers as it happens with so many folks but word gets out books get passed around and what he is seen is a huge opportunity to personally coach and then corporately teach to a lot of professional football teams up college sports teams of all sports it's amazing if you look across the board of all the different groups he's talked to and what i find interesting about this is because you've got people who are competing their competing for championships they looking for the edge and they bring john in.

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